Travis Carter

Travis  Carter
  • PhD Candidate
  • School of Criminal Justice
  • BS 2019, University of Iowa
  • 139 Baker Hall
  • 655 Auditorium Rd.
  • East Lansing, MI 48824
  • (517) 353-5150


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Travis is a 4th-year doctoral student in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. His research interests are centered on the intersection between crime and policing in communities. He focuses specifically on how these patterns of behavior change over time and how they can have varying influences on the well-being of those who live in these communities. Travis currently serves as a graduate research fellow for the Michigan-Statistical Analysis Center and his recent work has appeared in the Journal of Criminal Justice.


Explaining the Relationship Between Neighborhood Disorder and Crime Fear: The Perceptual Role of Neighbors and the Police

Year: 2021 Authors: Carter, T. & Wolfe, S. Journal: Journal of Criminal Justice

Examining the Immediate Effects of COVID-19 on Residential and Commercial Burglaries in Michigan: An Interrupted Time-Series Analysis

Year: 2021 Authors: Carter, T. & Turner, N. Journal: Journal of Criminal Justice